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Washington County is located in the central Panhandle of Florida. The county was created in 1925 and was originally almost twice the size of the state of Delaware. Numerous other counties were carved from it, leaving it with a current area of 616 square miles. Named for George Washington, the county is an area of rolling hills covered with pine and hardwood forests.The Choctawhatchee River forms the western border. Forestry, mining, and agriculture continue to be important in the county’s economy. Nearly 19% of the residents are below the poverty line. Chipley is the largest municipality and county seat. It is named for a railroad executive and state senator.

As of the 2010 census, the population was 24,935. White non-Hispanics make up nearly 79% of the population. About 15% of the residents are Black, with almost 3% Hispanic or Latino. A little over 1% of the county’s population is Native American.

The Washington County Jail is located at 1100 Brickyard Road, Chipley, Florida 32428. The facility is under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office. In early 2016, the website was under construction, so very little information was available online; however, that may have improved. To inquire about an inmate, visitation schedule, or jail regulations, call the facility at 850-638-6110.

The Florida Department of Corrections operates the Northwest Florida Reception Center, formerly the Washington Correctional Institution. It is located at 4455 Sam Mitchell Drive, Chipley, Florida 32428. Opened in 1994, the 1,303-bed facility houses adult male inmates in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. Adult basic education, GED, and literacy courses are available to inmates. To get more information about the facility or to inquire about a specific inmate, visit the Florida Department of Corrections website or call the Center at 850-773-6100.

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Washington County Jail Address: 1293 JACKSON AVENUE, BLDG 200 CHIPLEY FL 32428

Washington County Sheriff's Office

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Washington County Sheriff's Office7 days ago

(Chipley, FL; February 16, 2018) – A Washington County teen has been arrested after firing a gun during a physical altercation.

Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a report alleging that a Vernon High School student fired a gun during a fight that took place in the middle of Hicks Lake Road Wednesday afternoon.

During the investigation, WCSO learned that 18-year-old Richard Parsons of Chipley, passed another teen while driving on Holmes Valley Road. Parsons then turned around and followed the other party until they stopped on Hicks Lake Road. As both parties exited their vehicles Parsons fired the gun once and a physical altercation ensued.

Parsons was arrested and booked into the Washington County Jail on the charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

“This could have easily ended in devastation for everyone involved, says Sheriff Crews. “These young men could have both lost their lives over nonsense. This behavior is not going to be tolerated in Washington County.”

If you have any knowledge of crimes being committed, or tips, please contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 850-638-6111. You may also contact us anonymously by calling 850-638-TIPS (8477) or by email at tips@wcso.us.
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Washington County Sheriff's Office7 days ago

Sheriff Crews and deputies have been spotted at the elementary schools in the last few days. As this has seemed to cause some concern for parents, Sheriff Crews would like to express he is only there to see and spend time with the children and most certainly did not mean to cause any alarm.

“We are asking parents to not be alarmed when seeing Law Enforcement at any of our schools,” says Sheriff Kevin Crews. “Our children are our greatest treasures and their safety is our number one priority. It is critical that our children know we are there for them in whatever way they need us. They need to know that we are approachable and that they should never be frightened by our presence.”

Sheriff Crews and WCSO deputies are regularly participating in events or stopping by the schools and will continue to do this as often as possible.
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Washington County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
As night approaches and rainfall continues, Sheriff Crews would like to remind everyone that it could be dangerous to travel during these conditions.

**** If you see water covering a roadway, PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PASS THROUGH, as this can be dangerous and roadways MAY be washed out beneath.****

Washington County Public Works has updated the following list of roads to be aware of at this time:

*Ledger Road, from Pioneer to Olie
*Olie Road, from Deltona to Ledger
*Foxworth Road is barricaded. Please use extreme caution; (Not passable for school bus or heavy equipment).
*Cook Road from Creek Road to 2729 Cook Road
*Ebenezer Road from Church St to Andar Road
*Andara Road from Ebenezer to Holmes Valley Road

We are asking drivers to remain alert, and if you must be out tonight, stay updated on the road closures for our county.